Bodies of two missing climbers who were killed in an avalanche in January were found yesterday.

The bodies of two more climbers believed to  have been part of a group of four who perished in an avalanche on Mount Rainier  in Washington state in January were recovered yesterday.

The two bodies, of a woman and a man, were  discovered this week within a few feet of each other at an elevation of about  8,200 feet, near where the body of a third mountaineer was located in August, National Park Service officials  said.

Search efforts have resumed for the remains  of a fourth missing climber.

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